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Jim Territo and Joe Territo
Willa Rae Adamo
(Vocals + Guitar)
The front woman of local soulless-soul/gothic rock band Willa Rae & the Minor Arcana. She is also the co-founder of Girls Rock Detroit, a non-profit rock & roll summer camp.
(Vocals + Guitar)
A former choir kid from Royal Oak High School. He is an environmental doomfolk artist who dropped his first EP last year entitled Da-worldo.
Earned her BA in music and business from Otterbein College and is a "karaoke queen." She also sits on the board of the Slipstream Theatre Initiative and has performed with STI, Planet Ant, and the Detroit Actors Theatre Company. Maya is a freelance corporate trainer and nutritionist.
(Vocals + Guitar)
Earned his professional music degree from Berklee College of Music. He is the front man of the Paco Higdon Band and frequently plays for theater performances including Hair and Man of La Mancha at St Dunstan’s Theatre and Jesus Christ Superstar at Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre. Paco is a producer/performer/arranger/owner at an upcoming studio.
Rollo Michael Rollin
(Vocals + Percussion)
Started in theatre with Manny and the Mirror. He can be found at any point of a production – in the pit, on stage, directing lights, or stage or production managing. His support is given to touring shows, the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, Little Gem Theatre, Meadowbrook Theatre, Berman Center for the Performing Arts, and Planet Ant. Rollo also plays in the Bands; Tongue-N-Groove, Mociaf, and the duo Highway and Jones. Prior to performing in D2M, Rollo will be the principle in the musical Yes Weed Can at Planet Ant in April.
Studied acting at Wayne State University as well as a month of intensive training at A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training. She is a company member at Slipstream Theatre Initiative and can be found working at the Sammich Shop.
(Vocals + Keys)
Received her BFA in theatre arts from Bethel College. Some of her recent performances were in Silence! The Musical at the Ringwald, Oleanna at the Monster Box Theatre. She has also been on stage for improvised shows at Planet Ant, Go Comedy, and Pointless Brewery, and directed Twelfth Night for To Be Productions.
Victoria Rose Witherspoon
Studied at Wayne State University for a Bachelor of Acting degree. She has been in many shows including Little Shop of Horrors, Ragtime, and a year-long run in Ain’t Misbehavin’ at the Jazz Café at Music Hall. Victoria is a company member at Slipstream Theatre Initiative.
Jim Territo (Composer, Music Director) has BMus and MMus degrees in composition and education from the University of Michigan (2001, 2008). He taught high school and beginning band at Detroit Country Day School from 2002-2014, worked as a theatre composer and music director in New York City, and taught music at Roeper Lower School in Bloomfield Hills, MI. Since 1999, he has been an active commissioned and published composer/arranger, music director, clinician, and freelance rock and jazz pianist. His first original musical, Justice in Dusty Junction, premiered in MI in 2012 and was published in 2014. His next musical, The Other Direction, premiered at 54 Below in Manhattan in 2015. His latest, The Daedalus 2 Mission, premiered at the Crofoot in MI in 2017. jimterrito.com
Joe Territo (Coauthor) has bachelor degree in psychology, Spanish, and English with a focus on creative writing from Central Michigan University. He has attended schools in Michigan, Mexico, and Ecuador. In his free time, he is an active writer, musician, and performer, and has been involved with various bands since 2008 as a drummer, singer, and guitar player. His writing favors short stories and flash fiction, and he recently co-wrote an original musical titled The Daedalus 2 Mission: A Space Opera, which premiered in August of 2017.
Rachel Biber (Director) studied performing arts at Wayne State University, having been a performer since age 10. She has worked hair and makeup on countless shows, and performed in even more. This will be her 4th directorial project after catching the director bug with Man of La Mancha at St. Dunstan's Theater.
Michael Ameloot & Buddy VanLoon (Co-Costumers) have collaborated on costumes for many spectacular productions at Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre including Elton John's Aida; Disney's The Little Mermaid; Shrek, the Musical; Into the Woods; and The Never Ending Story. They have also worked together at two hair and fashion shows: One Tribe and Minuet for the Trico Salon, at Arts, Beats and Eats festival. Buddy VanLoon has also earned national recognition for his fantastic Cosplay costumes (WINGS!!!) in Chicago and Detroit. They are excited to collaborate on Daedalus 2 Mission to bring their foam and fabric talent to the Planet Ant stage.
Noel Montales (Lighting Design)
Jim Territo: Keys 1 – Vocals
Amy Blevins: Keys 2 – Vocals
Phil Treais; Keys 3 – Vocals
Paco Higdon – Guitar 1, Vocals
Gui Cavichioli – Guitar 2
Kim Alley – Vocals
Kyndal McAlister – Vocals
Takashi Iio, Greg Platter – Bass
Joe Territo – Percussion, Vocals
Thom Monks, Jeremy Otto – Drums
Mark Heckert, Noel Montales, Mark Gohl, - Sound, Noel Montales, Jim Davis, James Higdon- Lights
Luise Smela - Staging, Alan Canning - Video, Jacqueline Brockel - Artwork, Amanda Uppleger - Costumes
Jason Uppleger - Video Projections, Chris Morrisroe - Promotion
JEFFREY AND MICHELLE AND DEEVEY
MotownMojo Podcast, Echo Media, 6-4-18
Hour Detroit, June, 2018
WXYZ Channel 7, 10-29-17
Oakland Press, 8-6-17
WXYZ Channel 7 News, 8-6-17
Big and Bigger Podcast, Cave Radio, 7-23-17
Clarkston News, 7-27-17